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How I Trade for a Living

 

Master the Markets by Trading from Home! how I trade for a living "Gary Smith deals in reality. If you want to really learn to trade for real profits, not hypothetical, mumbo-back-tested programs, this book is a must. I seldom read market books anymore, but I read every word of this important book. Get it." -Larry Williams, author of Long-Term Secrets to Short-Term Trading "How I Trade for a Living is a remarkable book; truly a treasure trove of market information.. Highly recommended." -Humphrey E. D. Lloyd, MD, author of Trading S&P Futures & Options: A Survival Manual and Study Guide "Straight talk from an accomplished veteran on how to succeed as a full-time trader. Gary Smith recounts the obstacles he overcame on the road to trading mastery and describes the strategies, indicators, and insights he used to reach his goals." -Nelson Freeburg, Editor, Formula Research "It is always valuable to get inside the mind of a successful trader. Gary Smith does a good job taking you there in a book loaded with useful tips and helpful hints. A worthy addition to any trader's library!" -Gary B. Smith, Contributing Editor, The Street.com "In How I Trade for a Living Gary Smith dispenses a healthy dose of that rarest of all commodities, vicarious experience from a consistently winning trader. New traders will find great benefit from looking over Smith's shoulder as he generously shares with the reader the valuable knowledge he has gained over three decades of trading."

 

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Posted in books by skippy on Dec. 23, 2006 // 13:40 | Comments (1)
Super Mario Icons (PNG)

Posted in design by skippy on Dec. 21, 2006 // 11:12 | Comments (0)
Vectors Wallpapers

45 Adet | HQ JPG
Posted in design by skippy on Dec. 21, 2006 // 11:09 | Comments (0)
Shrek 3 Wallpapers

Shrek 3 Wallpapers | 7 pics | *.jpg | 1600x1280 |3 Mb
Posted in design by skippy on Dec. 21, 2006 // 10:45 | Comments (0)
Portable FlashGet 1.80 Final

 

FlashGet is specifically designed to address two of the biggest problems when downloading files: Speed and management of downloaded files.
If you've ever waited forever for your files to download from a slow connection, or been cut off midway through a download - or just can't keep track of your ever-growing downloads - FlashGet is for you. FlashGet can split downloaded files into sections, downloading each section simultaneously, for an increase in downloading speed from 100% to 500%. This, coupled with FlashGet's powerful and easy-to-use management features, helps you take control of your downloads like never before.

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Posted in programs by skippy on Dec. 12, 2006 // 01:58 | Comments (3)
Heavy Metal Ballads (Guitar Tabs)

A collection of heavy metal ballads from such masters of metal as Guns N' Roses, Van Halen, and Tesla. Features the songs: Patience * When It's Love * Changes * and more.

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Posted in books by skippy on Dec. 11, 2006 // 17:12 | Comments (1)
The Art of Seduction

The author of THE 48 LAWS OF POWER gives us another tour de force on influence, this time on the mysterious process of seduction. He describes nine basic types of seducers, and each one is illustrated by marvelous examples from history and popular culture. Skillfully drawn and paced, the examples bring to life character types that will make sense to everyone from the casual listener to the serious student of this type of influence. The reading here is too dramatic for my taste, but it's a minor distraction in an otherwise captivating picture of how the skillful seducer operates. 

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Posted in books by skippy on Dec. 09, 2006 // 19:59 | Comments (0)
Encyclopedia Of Movie Special Effects

An incredible treasury of f/x facts, this volume provides 366 entries on visual, mechanical, and makeup effects and techniques used in film and includes discussions of every movie to win an Oscar for special effects. Some attention is given to significant figures in the field, such as George Pal, but the focus is predominantly on films of the modern era, noting techniques and milestones without burdening the reader with technical jargon. Netzley, the author of several reference books, including Environmental Literature (see the review below), adds useful appendixes on Academy Award winners and nominees, special-effects houses, and specialized magazines. With illustrations, cross references, and numerous secondary bibliographies throughout, this encyclopedia has a scope and quality that no other f/x reference work approaches. It should serve as a good companion to such specialized magazines as Cinefex and Digital Magic. Highly recommended for all film collections.

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Posted in books by skippy on Nov. 29, 2006 // 09:07 | Comments (0)
A Short Course in Digital Photography

 

If you own a digital camera, or are thinking of getting one, this book explains all you need to understand about your camera to capture much better and more interesting photographs-everything your camera manual doesn't tell you. Whether you're photographing for business or pleasure, complete, clear explanations show you how to use your camera in almost any photographic situation. What people like most about this book is the way it integrates concepts and procedures; the "whys" and "hows" of photography.
Concepts of photography are the underlying principles that apply regardless of the camera you are using. They include such things as how sharpness and exposure affect your images and the way they are perceived by viewers. Understanding concepts answers the "why" kinds of questions you might have about photography.

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Posted in books by skippy on Nov. 27, 2006 // 00:11 | Comments (1)
162 Flash MX Components Most Wanted

 

Flash MX Components enable the creation of self-contained design building blocks that can be simply dragged and dropped into any Flash movie. They are flexible enough to be easily customized to take care of many different tasks. You can repurpose the standard elements of your design, application, or game, and use them over and over again. Components can be used by anyone, not just the person who created them. So in this book, we've done all the hard work for you and collected together the Most Wanted components that will make your life easier. Flash components included are: Event Calendar; Text Editor; XML News Ticker; Tool Tip; Sketchpad; Video Player; Image Scroller; Patter Generators; Tab Contrl; Sliding Panel; Color Picker; Game Player Selector; Particle Emitter; Layout Manager; Data Grid; Movie Loader; Image Modulators; XML to ActionScript Converter; Virtual 3D Trackball; Text Animations, Dynamic Text Manager, and plenty of other Flash.

 

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Posted in design by skippy on Nov. 20, 2006 // 10:57 | Comments (1)
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